The St. Regis Washington, D.C.
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... path, directly above us. I figured it was a squirrel so didn't think anything of it, but after going past We looked up and saw a large dark green snake in the tree! It didn't appear to be part of the zoo! After talking the train back to to hotel area we had a salad (Sam) and meatball sandwich from Potbelly. Very tasty. We also had a smoothie that was a little too ...
... original Declaration of Independence document. At this museum it was also possible to search records of families, look back through history of significant people, review all sorts of historical documents and of course lots of photos and films to view. What do you think of when you think of Washington DC? Most of us think of the famous White House. Unfortunately the tours of the western wing were suspended due to renovations being undertaken. Cam and I had taken that ...
... past the main views and also Watergate building. Then this arvo the rest of us joined some of the new people who'll be joining the tour tomorrow, to go to Mount Vernon, the plantation home of George Washington. Another new driver and tour guide. Bus driver was going to take us to new place then got a little lost and had to ask for directions. Tour guide was rude and useless. We were late. And then coming back 7 people didn't return on time ...
... then fall into bed.
Transit time from home to hotel - 34 hours.
Travellers Tip - Book flights with one airline all the way through. Despite assurances before we booked, Virgin Australia and Virgin America are two independent airlines and don't really interact with each other all that well.
... before heading to the park to laze in the shade. After checking in at 3pm we headed out with our friend for some quick site seeing. She took us too the Washington Cathedral and while she had to run some errands we wandered around the beautiful Bishops garden and enjoyed the cathedrals grounds. Afterwards we drove around suburban DC looking at bridges, parks and embassies before heading to her mothers place to watch the third and final leg of a potential Triple Crown. Now, ...